Many mainstream stories of entrepreneurial success feature people who have benefited from seeing role models who look and sound like themselves thriving as business owners. When I had a chance to build a team and launch a new entrepreneurship center at Oregon State University about five years ago, I set about charting a different course, using the framework of inclusive design.
In the end the story of Jack Drexler is not about the superhero, but the cape. It is one that many agree the humble man would not want written as he never sought such attention in his life. The list of accomplishments is long, but the friends who stood beside him are what mattered most.
Keith Leavitt, professor of management and associate dean, researches what triggers some problematic behaviors among men.
He discussed his goals to strengthen industry partnerships and inclusivity, and how alumni shape an institution.
Dr. Tim Carroll will become the Sara Hart Kimball Dean of Oregon State University’s College of Business.
Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, and even before the U.S. Centers of Disease Control advised citizens to wear face coverings in public, supplies of personal protective equipment started running scarce. The College of Business took action.
The new Master's of Science in Business (MSB) joins a national trend toward specialized master’s degrees in business.
New schools in the College of Business facilitate faculty leadership opportunities, communications and research support.
With 2019, Roger Graham, accounting; Jim McAlexander, marketing, and Kathy Mullet, design have retired from the College of Business, and moved on to plotting their next great adventures. We’re grateful for their commitment to the college.
This year our newly enrolled MBA class is 53 percent women, a historic first at OSU. Just last year, the ratio of men to women admitted was about three to two.
When College of Business Emeritus Professor Linn Soule and his wife, Pat Soule, began estate planning, one thing was certain – their love for Oregon State University.
Dr. Johnny Chen joins the Oregon State University College of Business as the new director of the Center for Marketing and Consumer Insights (CMCI).
With expanded Portland offerings, the College of Business delivers hybrid education that meets workforce demand.